Julien Martin

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Julien Martin studied recorder with Pierre Hamon at the CNSMD in Lyon, Walter van Hauwe at the Amsterdam Conservatory and Pedro Memelsdorff at the Scuola Civica in Milan. With Capriccio Stravagante, directed by Skip Sempé, he participated in numerous concerts in Europe, North America and Japan, and recorded several programs for the Paradizo label. Building on a long-standing collaboration with the recorder player Marine Sablonnière, he explores with her and the Résonances ensemble, the baroque trio repertoire as well as Renaissance consort music with Résonances Consort, an ensemble of five recorders. With the dancer Hubert Hazebroucq, he created La flûte d’Arlequin, a dance performance on Telemann’s twelve Fantasies. Recently, he recorded with the harpsichordist Olivier Fortin a program of transcriptions of J. S. Bach, published for the Alpha label. Julien Martin plays regularly with Pygmalion, directed by Raphaël Pichon. He has also participated in numerous productions and recordings with the ensembles Masques (Olivier Fortin), Correspondances (Sébastien Daucé), le Banquet Céleste (Damien Guillon), Alia Mens (Olivier Spilmont), Vox Luminis (Lionel Meunier), Helsinki Baroque Orchestra (Aapo Häkkinen), Les Cris de Paris (Geoffroy Jourdain)…

He teaches recorder at the CRR in Paris, at the Conservatory of the 7th arrondissement as well as at the Pôle Supérieur Paris Boulogne-Billancourt.